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Label info: sound cd ss006

Date: October 17, 2005

Type: CD

Copyright: Nine Horses, excl. to Samadhi Sound IIc.


Release info:: Nine Horses is a collaboration of David Sylvian, Steve Jansen and Burnt Friedman.


Stunning group project featuring David Sylvian, Steve Jansen and Burnt Friedman


Nine Horses' 'Snow Borne Sorrow' is a collaboration between David Sylvian, his brother and frequent collaborator / drummer Steve Jansen (also formerly of Japan) and electronic composer / remixer Burnt Friedman.

Packed in a beautiful, three panel digipack and folded inlay sheet with credits and tracklist.


Executive producer: David Sylvian
Engineered by Sylvian, Jansen and Friedman

Mixed by David Sylvian with Steve Jansen at Samadhisound
Except track 7, mixed by David Sylvian with Steve Jansen and Burnt Friedman

Recorded at Samadhsound USA and Cologne Germany 2001-2005
Sessions: Miloco 3, Eden Studios and Shpere Studios, London.
Electric and acoustic guitars played and recorded by Tim Motzer at 1k recording Studio, Philadelphia USA.
Electric guitar and Bass guitar on track 3 recorded by James Fletcher at UTS Sound Stuido, University of Technology, Sydney Australia.
Vibraphone on track 3 recorded by Frank Gronbek at First Floor Rec., Copenhagen Denmark.
Mastered by Tony Cousins at Metropolis London.

Cover artwork: Wes Mills
(outer panels 'us two sitting' 1995, 'us two sitting' 1995, 'hudson river drawing' 1995)
(inner panels: duchamps 1999, three bridges 1999)
Art direction: David Sylvian
Design: Chris Bigg

Track 6 incorporates sample taken from 'un jour comme un autre' by Brigitte Bardot, courtesy of Mecury Records. A label of Universal Music France. (1963 Warner Chapell Music France)

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Extra Comments  

 
#4 authorname 2005-10-31 04:41
Sylvian has masterfully combined two seemingly disparate projects to create a thoroughly engaging collaboration. Best Track "The Day The Earth Stole Heaven" indeed. Only one bum track in my opinion, and that is the monotonous "Serotonin". But why so many are still dwelling on the last release confounds me. Why the last release keeps being mentioned in many of the reviews confuses me. Why comparisons between the two are even attempted has me pondering any possible line of reasoning for doing so.
 
 
#3 authorname 2005-10-28 12:21
Wonderful!
 
 
#2 authorname 2005-10-27 18:47
Excellent - A return to form. Best Track "The Day the Earth Stole Heaven"
 
 
#1 authorname 2005-10-24 21:34
Most accessible DS album in ages, without making compromises, but I still prefer Blemish (and the earlier, EP version of Librarian)
 

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